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Each year, hundreds of children leave poor villages to find work in cities. The ILO estimates that 2.60 million children in Nepal are involved in varied economic activities. Among them, many are working in dangerous circumstances, at times with even their young lives at risk. Often these children are deprived of their most basic rights, including the right to education.

Most of children are abandoned at an early age, from all regions. As a result, most of these needy children are deprived of education and find work as child laborers in restaurants, factories, hotels, slaves, and as trash collector. These disadvantaged children need attention, love, care, and the opportunity to further their education.

Our volunteers teach basic English and other subjects such as math and science in creative ways to these eager learners. As a volunteer, you might also organize tours, games, drawing classes, singing, dancing, painting and other activities that children enjoy. Volunteers may help the children prepare for school, help with their homework, and organize arts and crafts activities.

Hands for Help Nepal has been working with more than 15 orphanages, helpless, deprived, destitute shelter homes in rural and urban areas. Many orphanages/shelter homes are still looking for help from us. But, due to financial and source constraints, we are unable to incorporate them in our volunteering program.

Most of the children in the orphanages and shelter homes are abandoned, abused or having their parents in jail or war-victims who needs immediate attention for their over all well-being.

  • To provide sponsorship to under privileged intelligent children for their education and health.
  • To encourage children in various activities, such as, education, games and sports, etc
  • To educate children of the harmful effect of drugs, smoking, alcohol and other intoxicating substances.
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